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Seminar - Nice Classification of Goods and Services
International Classification
of Goods and Services
Find out more about the Nice Classification
2019-04-04 2019-04-04 Holiday Inn Leiden Haagse Schouwweg 10 2332 KG Amsterdam / Leiden +31 71 535 5555 +31(0) 71 53 55 553

International Classification of Goods and Services

Guideline to the list of goods and services made easy

How to find the right Nice Classificaiton - Here you will get in-depth information.
Topics of the course Nice Classification
  • The Nice Classification in practice
  • Basics of the Nice Agreement
  • Structure and design of the Nice Classification
  • Practical application of the Nice Classification and hands-on training
  • Impact on the protectability of a trademark
  • Use of the list of goods and services in a trademark search

Aims of the course Nice Classification

Imagine you have almost completed a trademark application form and there is just a small part left: you need to introduce the list of goods and services for which protection is sought. Now, which goods and/or services should you specify? But, above all, which class and which terms would be the right ones for your trademark application?
The most likely source of problems is in drafting a list of goods and services. This requires experience. Once the trademark has been registered in a wrong class, the trademark will stay there for 10 years. The result is the wrong and defective scope of your trademark. Also, trademark offices can object to terms that lack the requirement of clarity and precision and such a deficiency will unnecessarily slow down the application procedure.
It is up to you to establish how well-protected your trademark will be. It is immensely important to specify correct goods and services: this is the solid basis for the future of your trademark. This course will help you efficiently and securely achieve the necessary coverage for your trademark, using the correct tools and the correct formulations.
Who should attend
  • Formality administrators
  • Paralegals
  • Legal assistants
The training is useful for those that deal with the filing of trademark applications.
Referenten
Thom Clark
Operations Department, Service 1, EUIPO, Alicante (Spain)


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